MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Programme: Priority Programme “Skyrmionics: Topological Spin Phenomena in Real-Space for Applications” (SPP 2137)
Donnerstag, 08. Juni 2017…”The main objective of the Priority Programme will be fundamental research towards the development of devices and applications based on topological spin solitons in real space, alluding to skyrmions as most prominent examples. It is motivated by the recent discovery of skyrmion lattices and isolated skyrmions in magnetic materials exhibiting bulk or interface inversion-asymmetry and associated Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction. […]
The main new aspects to be addressed within the programme concern in particular non-trivial topological characteristics (e.g. skyrmions, antiskyrmions, hybrid-particles composed of skyrmions and magnetic singularities) and associated solitonic properties stabilised by anti-symmetric (chiral) spin-orbit coupling and additional interactions.
The Priority Programme will be organised in three research areas:
(1) new materials and tailored design of static and dynamic properties of topological spin solitons,
(2) topological spin solitons in nanostructured systems,
(3) topological spin solitons in artificial composite systems,
The programme has an interdisciplinary character. It aims to connect the spintronics community with fundamental research on new materials, as well as engineering, mathematics and chemistry related aspects.”…
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(Quelle: DFG Informationen für die Wissenschaft, Nr. 29, 02.06.2017)